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Lauda slates 'stupid' criticism

Niki Lauda has yet again hit out at those criticising F1, saying it is a "stupid approach" given they are selling a product. Since the start of this season, F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone and Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo have been two of the biggest naysayers. While Ecclestone has slated the noise of the new engines, di Montezemolo has likened modern grand prix racing to "taxi" driving. However, Lauda says it is "stupid" for both men to criticise sport given their stake in it succeeding. "If Ron Howard would have said, 'I am making a 'Rush' movie, and I can tell you guys that this is the worst movie I ever made', then this is what was happening to...
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